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We developed two novel methods for growing large, high-quality protein crystals. A two-liquid system enables the convenient extraction of protein crystals without causing mechanical damage due to growth at the interface between two liquids. Since this system does not require limitations on solution volume, it is also suitable for the seed technique, and for growing large crystals. Another new concept is the mild stirring of the solution using the Floating And Stirring Technique (FAST) and the Micro-stirring technique. When compared to conventional techniques, both techniques result in a reduced number of crystals, as well as the growth of large crystals.

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The cation in the title compound, [Cr(NO)(NH3)5]Cl2, is distorted octahedral with a linear Cr-N-O moiety. The short Cr-N(nitro­syl) distance of 1.692 (7) Å indicates significant multiple bonding between these atoms. The Cr atom, the NO group and the N atom trans to NO have m2m symmetry and the remaining N and Cl atoms have m symmetry.


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The [tau]-boride Ni23-xBixB6 [x = 2.44 (1)] adopts a ternary variant of the cubic Cr23C6-type structure, with Ni8 cubes and Ni12 cubocta­hedra arranged in a NaCl-type pattern. Two of the four independent metal sites (8c, \overline{4}3m symmetry; 4a, m\overline{3}m symmetry) are occupied by a mixture of Ni and Bi atoms in a 0.106 (6):0.894 (6) and a 0.350 (7):0.650 (7) ratio, respectively.


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The fundamental performance of microangiography has been evaluated using the S-band linac-based inverse-Compton scattering X-ray (iCSX) method to determine how many photons would be required to apply iCSX to human microangiography.

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A diffractometer for powder samples of very small amount has been developed to collect high-quality diffraction patterns under extreme conditions. Performance, examples of application and practicability are presented.

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Csm2 is a major component of type IIIA CRISPR ribonucleoprotein complexes that confer prokaryotes with immunity against phages and plasmids via an RNA-guided interference mechanism. The Csm2 protein from T. maritima was recombinantly expressed, purified and crystallized, and its structure was solved via cadmium single-wavelength anomalous diffraction phasing.




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Acta Cryst. (2011). A67, C803
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Acta Cryst. (2014). A70, C1741
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New beamline, BL-15A, was completed at the BL-15 section of the PF-ring in 2014. This new beamline has a short gap undulator which produces high brilliance X-rays ranging from 2.1 keV to 15 keV. The beamline will be dedicated to both activities, XAFS/XRF/XRD studies using semi-micro focus beams (A1 station) and SAXS experiments using collimated softer and hard X-rays (A2 station). In the XAFS/XRF studies, the semi-micro beam available in a wide range of photon energies allows analyzing the local structures of the elements and valence on inhomogeneous samples in the fields of environmental science and new energy source science. The softer X-rays up to 2.1 keV will provide access to absorption edges of phosphor and sulfur, which are very important targets for those fields. The SAXS scientific programs include structural studies of functional membranes, time-resolved X-ray scattering and large hierarchical structure analysis. All of these three programs require a high-brilliance light source. In particular, grazing incidence SAXS (GI-SAXS) using vertically small-size softer beam ranging between 2.1-3.0 keV will help to control the depth of the membrane structure analysis and reduce the roughness defects of an imperfect membrane. The combination of XAFS/XRF and SAXS experiments gives wide structural information from fine atomic structure to low and medium resolution. It can be beneficial to build these instruments as two stations on the same beamline. BL-15A is oriented toward joint advanced studies by the two techniques. Old BL-15 beamlines were scrapped and new construction work started in 2013. The construction was completed in the summer shutdown of 2013 and the first beams was delivered on Oct 17, 2013. We are pursuing the beamline commissioning and the A1 and A2 stations will be opened to users in May, 2014. Here, the beamline design and performance, and the preliminary results will be reported.

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Vascular apoptosis-inducing protein 1 (VAP1) and VAP2 from C. atrox venom were crystallized in variety of different crystal forms. Diffraction data sets were obtained to 2.5 and 2.15 Å resolution for VAP1 and VAP2, respectively.

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Pyrroloquinoline quinol (PQQH2) and pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) molecules play an important role as a cofactor in alcohol- and glucose-dehydrogenase reactions in bacteria. In the present study, the crystal structure analyses of PQQ and PQQH2 have been successfully elucidated for the first time.

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